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Thu, 05 Jul 2018 @ 14:09:59

Hi,


This isn't a hash cracking request. I was wondering if anyone has any info on the hash types in the mystudiyo leak. It seems a mix of MD5, with mostly SHA1 and possibly MySQL5, VB, IPB or some other 40 character hash, with and without salts (mostly no salt).

All I can find on the leak so far is this:

https://hacked-emails.com/leak/3363b62ac18fd4af1532/mystudiyo-com
Which doesn't say what the hash types are.

I've tried a range of modes in hashcat without any real success... at best only a small list of numerical strings (e.h. 111111111, 233442223) are founds in straight SHA1 mode. I've tried using the email address as a salt, as well as a blank salt, with no joy.

Here's a sample of what the majority of hashes from the breach look like, with email addresses removed:

[email]:c91cc51cd4ef8ea0f9a88ae7783b5bf7c64f766f
[email]:e0b4e1a4b6ad7eb792f97e3cad22d539678f6b39
[email]:8eb9fb0045bbd5959eb3419ba4a0d524c91bf2e6
[email]:e5b77aa63e6390c1886071bd24aced3826e3d70e
[email]:f44e51ffa9595a57cbdf6c8dc17f646c7a662033
[email]:7bf3559d1d6b17883cbbfd2d24f6e957e0167adb


Any help would be appreciated



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